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Slipping, flairing at shift points, burned, contaminated fluid (friction material and or metal) denote internal seal failure resulting in a low pressure condition. Depending upon the severity and length of time you have driven with that condition, unit should be rebuilt or replaced. There is no magic additive that will repair broken or worn parts, so don't waste $ on any of that!

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